The Dari Persian Language; The Reflecting Mirror Of Iqbal’s Thoughts

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Sayed Rawzatullah Majeed


The Dari Persian is a language that, at the peak of its power, dominated most of the large continent of Asia and even some parts of Europe. The area of spread and use of this language reaches from the heart of China to Central Europe on the one hand, and from the Caucasus Mountains and Transylvania to the Indian subcontinent, on the other hand. In this region, except the Dari Persian, there has been no language with such wide usage and the Dari Persian language has been popular and accepted in the farthest parts of this geographical area. This paper tries to intensively review and evaluate the role of the Dari language in representing the thoughts of Allama Iqbal Lahori.

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